That Worthless Bag of Harsh Lunar Rocks
And as always, personal copies are available for download:
Now, this pod talks about matters harsh and severe. But you must understand, that there is nothing prescriptive about any of it. The talk voices no desire to make the world a certain way, but merely asserts that the world already IS that way, like it or not. Again, this is not prescription. However, it is prediction if you consider that the status quo which it talks about could easily grow worse -- meaning that such growth is predictable in light of certain trajectories.
Yet by far, the talk is descriptive rather than predictive. I lay stress upon present objective description, rather than prediction, because I wish to leave open the possibility that we can still be masters of what the future might hold. It need not be as grim as I am suggesting if we make the needful adjustments to our collective understanding, and shape our policies accordingly. Briefly then, I wish to avoid the worst. Because finally, that is what counter-feminism is all about: keeping the bad stuff to a minimum.
But in order to do THAT, we must get to grips with both the essentiality and potentiality of the badness which now confronts us. And that means we mustn't sugar-glaze things, and mustn't worry about scalding and scandalizing the lying souls of our enemies. And so we surely must, as my salty, Harry Truman-esque grandfather used to say, grab the bull by the tail and look him straight in the eye!
The. . badness . . is outlined in much greater detail here:
On another note, I cannot resist sharing with my readers the following:
Looks like Arnold Schwarzenegger, does he not? Indeed, I believe it is ze Gubernator of Calee-faw-neea heemself!
Personally, if I were doing my own version of this, I'd make it not a traditional manly dude in a tie, but some wild, bearded, anarchist critter. You know, more of a "lefty" archetype. That would impact the enemy psyche in a more subtle, ambiguous way -- don't you think?
I tip my hat to Manifold, from whose blog, Die Söhne von Perseus, I lifted this.